The United States auto safety regulator announced on Thursday afternoon it was closely watching Tesla’s release of a software version intended to allow its vehicles to drive for themselves, pointing out it stood ready to protect the public against safety risks.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has granted Wikipedia public access to its published information, videos, and graphics on the COVID-19 pandemic as an attempt to combat the spread of false information.
Polish Police violently dispersed hundreds of people protesting in Warsaw against a court ruling that almost completely bans abortions.
The EU and UK imposed sanctions on senior Russian intelligence officers for their alleged role in breaching the computer network in the German parliament in 2015.
Bulgaria has threatened to veto the formal launch of the European Union accession talks with North Macedonia unless language and history disputes are resolved, according to a report.
The Coca-Cola Company is canceling 200 of its brands by the end of the year, slashing its portfolio in half, “to focus on emerging stronger from the pandemic.”
The US stock market jumped as investors in the United States and all over the world cheered the prospect of more fiscal stimulus in order to support a COVID-10-damaged American economy.
Pakistani Twitter users have started to mock the fake news from India that Karachi had become a war zone due to an alleged civil war between Sindhi and federal forces rocked the city being spread by Indian disinformation accounts.
Facebook announced on Thursday that it would start charging companies for accessing some of its chat services in WhatsApp for Business.
The former acting US Director of National Intelligence and ambassador to Germany under the Trump administration Richard Grenell, secretly met with a top official of the Venezuelan regime in Mexico City last month to negotiate the ousting of Venezuelan dictator Nicolas Maduro.